Many of us here at The Boardr met when we were kids at skateboarding contests just like the ones we love organizing today. Come have a good time and make some new friends with us. Check our full events list to see when we're in your town next.
The Grind for Life Series runs all across cities in the US and has divisions in both bowl and street, men's and women's, and all age ranges. Divisions go from 9 and Under through 50 and Up!
May 26 - 27, 2018, Rye, New HampshireFull Details
We back our favorite skaters by carrying their signature stuff and the brands they work with in The Boardr Store.
Mark is the textbook definition of legendary. He is in his own world that no one can touch. All we can do is watch from the outside and soak in the entertainment and awe. Skateboarding is lucky to have Mark and we are lucky to be alive in his era.Shop Now
These days, when a skater says he lives in Long Beach, California, that usually means he moved there from somewhere else. For Robert Neal, this is not the case. Born and raised in the LBC, Robert got his first skateboard in elementary school, when he realized he was the only kid on his block that didn’t have one. Robert was sponsor-less and penniless, until one day in 2015 he skated a best trick contest that was being watched by Paul Rodriguez. A week later Paul sent Robert his first box from Primitive Skateboards, and then the packages from Nike SB started rolling in, too. After a few years of mind-blowing progression, Robert was officially announced as a member of the Primitive Skate Team. He is living proof that following your dreams and working hard will lead to positive results. When Robert isn’t skating, you can find him at home working on his drawing skills, or on the court playing basketball in a fresh pair of Jordans.Shop Now
After surviving two near-death drowning experiences, Paul Hart has nothing left to fear. This allows him to jump down the biggest rails and longest gaps with no regard for the consequences of failure. Fortunately, this Jacksonville, Florida native has a reputation of getting his tricks in minimal tries, with an attitude that gets everyone at the session hyped to be in his presence. After a move to Anaheim, California and a few years of SoCal destruction, Paul was given the pro nod from Cliche Skateboards, just months before its untimely demise. Paul will not be deterred though, and with continued support from Globe Shoes and Asphalt Yacht Club, he is still a young man with his best years ahead of him. When Paul isn’t skating, he loves to go dancing. He also enjoys going back home to Jacksonville, where he kicks it at the beach, or goes to his local Sun Deli to get his pro-model sandwich: a spicy Italian treat appropriately called “The Hart Attack.”Shop Now
Before becoming a teenager, Brighton earned the title of World Champion at the Vans Park Series in Malmo in 2016. She completes the package of "amazing skateboarder" with a glowing personality and energy she brings with her. Brighton is another one of those special young skateboarders that makes you smile about the future of skateboarding.Shop Now
We've been around Boo since he was little kid coming to our am contests. One of our most memorable moments from those early days is when he dropped the hardflip back smith down the rail on us at a Best Trick Contest. From there it's been nothing but up for Boo, who grew into one of today's most powerful and stylish skateboarders.Shop Now
Ishod is the Michael Jordan of skateboarding. He was Thrasher Magazine's Skater of the Year at the beginning of his career and it's been all hammers since. From the early days of when we used to see him skate our events, to today seeing him win our events, it was obvious very early on that Ishod was very special.Shop Now